If you are a network or some forum participant chances are that you will not upload your real photo. Avatars are frequently used instead. There may be different reasons for people not to post their real photos – one might not feel comfortable with their picture on the internet if they don’t look as good as they think they should, so they may not want others to see the “real them”; or it may be safety concern; or desire to keep the presence online confidential, etc. So the reasons to use avatars instead of a real photo are numerous, but what to do if the avatar you created is rejected by the website because of its large size? Is it easy to resize it no matter that it’s moving? Sometimes people feel uncomfortable trying to resize a moving object. It does not look like a regular picture. To resize a moving avatar your need the software that has this ability. Animated avatars are GIF images. GIF files incorporate a compression scheme to keep file sizes at a minimum, and they are limited to 8-bit (256 or fewer colors) color palettes. They will not be too good for highly detailed images, but they are just perfect for web graphics like avatars. When resizing your moving avatar with ImageConverter Plus you simply need to specify the output format characteristics correctly: if you want your character to keep moving, the parameter “as as” should be left unchanged (that’s the default setting of ImageConverter Plus). You can experiment with your avatar dividing it into several separate images or saving it as a multipage file. The only thing ImageConverter plus cannot do is make your motionless character move, but who knows – maybe this will be possible one day.